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Almost every photo can benefit from some enhancement, from exposure adjustments to cropping. In this course, author Rich Harrington shows how to improve photos using iPhoto. The course describes how to crop and straighten photos; remove red eye; improve exposure, color, and contrast; and refine images by retouching blemishes, removing noise, and adding special effects like vignettes.
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If you're working with several photos that were shot at about the same time, maybe you're out covering a birthday party, or you're shooting a bunch of pictures for your office at an event, you can go ahead and reuse the adjustments from one image on another. Here's how. Once you've adjusted one photo how you'd like, you can go to the Edit tab, simply right-click on the photo, and choose Copy Adjustments. You can now go to the next photo that was shot under similar conditions. Right-clicking again, you could choose Paste Adjustments, and you see that the same effects get applied to this image.
This is an easy way to make several photos unified across an event.
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